Wednesday, 23 July 2014


Guest Post // Summer Drinks

 Hello and welcome,
I'm Mary from Crazy In Life. I have the pleasure to write on Molly's blog today. So let get started, shall we?
Ok, so we all love summer (or most of us love summer). But it sometimes might be too hot outside. So we want to just read a book and drink something really refreshing. So today I'm going to show you my favourite summer drinks. Hope you enjoy!

1)      Refreshing lemony water
The ingredients: hot water, lemon, springs of mint
How we make it: Firstly we boil some water. Then pour that hot water onto lemon and mint for this minty-lemony aroma. Because this drink is much too hot, you just want to wait until it's cold or a quicker idea, just add a lot of ice. I guarantee, that this drink is the most refreshing ever!

2)      Sunrise
The ingredients: orange juice, pineapple juice, grenadine syrup
How we make it: Add orange juice to pineapple juice (each one ½ of the cup). Then pour just a little bit of grenadine syrup. Simple, but soo good.

3)      Iced tea
The ingredients: tea bag, hot water, lemon, lime
How we make it: Well, basically we just make a tea. Add lemon. Or lime or maybe both like I did. What you prefer. Of course because it's super hot, you can add ice, or just wait for it to cool down :)

In the comments tell me which one is your favourite. Mine is definitely lemony water, because it is super refreshing, but I also love the sunrise drink. And tea, we all love tea :)
Thank you for reading and hopefully I'll get the chance to write for you once more in the future!

Mary x


  1. These all look so refreshing! Sweet iced tea would have to be my favorite.

  2. The lemony water looks so so so good! I'm definitely gonna try it out xx

  3. Those drinks look delicious! My favourite is definitely the lemony water :)

    Love, Sara Wallflower

  4. Wow these all sound delicious ! I am going to be trying out some of these !

    Madeline | Its a Mads Mads World

  5. I've been living off of iced tea this summer. Gotta love it! Lovely post! :)